What Is GAINSWave?

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For many men, erectile dysfunction (ED) affects nearly every aspect of their life. Medications, injections, and devices don’t often lend to a normal lifestyle. Between adverse side effects and inconvenient (or painful) treatment protocol, many men are seeking a more effective and liberating form of ED therapy.

That’s where GAINSWave - also known as low-intensity shockwave therapy - comes in. What is GAINSWave? GAINSWave is a painless, non-invasive, and pharmaceutical-free treatment for erectile dysfunction. Other treatments, like often unreliable medications or devices, don’t lend themselves to healthy, spontaneous intimate relationships.  With GAINSWave, a healthy sex life is possible - and there are no adverse side effects or periods of post-therapy downtime.

GAINSWave therapy effectively treats erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s Disease, as well as enhances sexual performance by utilizing high frequency, low-intensity sound waves to safely and effectively improve blood flow, regenerate blood vessels, and enhance sexual function.  

The GAINSWAVE treatment also effectively delivers:

  • Spontaneous erections

  • Heightened sensitivity of the penis

  • Improved orgasms

A large majority of men with erectile dysfunction see positive improvement after the GAINSWave treatment. A reversal of the condition and enhanced sexual performance was reported among clinical trials. Additionally, the majority of men discontinued the use of their oral ED medications.

The beneficial effects of GAINSWave often begin immediately. Studies demonstrate that in many cases, following a series of GAINSWave treatments, men are recognizing benefits for two or more years. With little to no known side effects, you and your partner can enjoy the enhancements of GAINSWave hassle free.

More About GAINSWave Therapy

Also known as extracorporeal shockwave therapy, GAINSWave technology was originally utilized in urology for breaking up kidney stones. Eventually, it was discovered that by administering shockwave at precise frequencies, it could be applied to treat the underlying causes of erectile dysfunction.

Richard Gaines, MD, FAARM, ABAARM, is the Founder and originating Chief Medical Officer of GAINSWave™. Beginning in 2015, Dr. Gaines began standardizing a protocol for the use of low-intensity shockwave therapy throughout the United States, calling it GAINSWave therapy. Soon thereafter, based on his long-standing relationship with and admiration for her, he engaged Dr. Kate Kass to pilot the program on the West Coast.

The GAINSWave protocol boasts a certification process that ensures certified GAINSWave practitioners are fully equipped to deliver safe and effective results. Of the GAINSWave practitioners nationwide, Dr. Kass was the first doctor to bring this breakthrough therapy to the Seattle region. Additionally, Dr. Kass trains other doctors throughout the country on the GAINSWave protocol.

The GAINSWave therapy protocol is based on over 30 published scientific studies demonstrating the efficacy of shockwave therapy for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. The scientific literature reveals a strong clinical response, with over 75% of patients reporting subjective improvement in erectile dysfunction after treatment with GAINSWave.

Additionally, a complete reversal of the condition and enhanced sexual performance is reported in numerous clinical trials.

Other Treatments

  • Often unreliable medications & devices

  • Don’t lend themselves to healthy, spontaneous intimate relationships

With GAINSWAVE

  • A healthy sex life is possible

  • No adverse side effects

  • No post-therapy downtime

GAINSWAVE:

  • Effectively treats erectile dysfunction & Peyronie’s Disease

  • Uses high frequency, low-intensity sound waves

  • Improves blood flow

  • Regenerates blood vessels

  • Enhances sexual function

GAINSWave therapy restores erectile function — quickly, painlessly, and without side effects.

Now that you’ve got the facts about what is GAINSWave, learn how GAINSWave works.